Airplanes, oil deals, stuntmen, and Turkey Day treats.
On its own, Moana is a damn great time. As the latest in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ absurd hot streak, it’s more than a little disappointing.
Although not without its charms, Trolls is by far DreamWorks Animation’s worst film in at least half a decade.
Fun, funny, and quietly heartbreaking, Big Hero 6 overcomes what minor flaws it has through some of the strongest character work I have seen in an animated movie in years.
This year, DreamWorks Animation celebrates its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Callum Petch is going through their entire animated canon, one film a week for the next 30 weeks, and giving them a full-on retrospective treatment. Prior entries can be found here, should you desire.
Maleficent is both far better than it sounds and nowhere near as good as it promises to be.
The Lego Movie spends 3 days killing 3 Days To Kill, Pompeii fails to erupt, The Wind Rises magnificently, the author is dreadful at getting weekly articles out on time, and Other Box Office News.
Although it’s not bad, Tinker Bell & The Pirate Fairy is dull, forgettable and soulless.
A fair number of people buy Robocop for a dollar, the Kevin Hart money train keeps on a-trucking, corporate American slaves keep falling for Valentine’s Day weekend’s evil, image-shaming ways, and Other Box Office News.
Callum Petch guides you through the BAFTA nominees ahead of Sunday’s ceremony in his own, very easily imitable style.